Search Results: 'Koenig'

Search

×
×
×
×
73 results for "Koenig"
Johann Samuel Koenig By Sam Koenig
Paperback: List Price: $48.00 $28.80 | You Save: 40%
Prints in 3-5 business days
Samuel was born illegitimate in Mehlis, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Germany in 1815 to a mother from a family of gunsmiths extending back to the 16th century. It was a time of increasing inflation,... More > joblessnes and famine. Even after his mother married before his 10th birthday, Samuel's lot in life did not improve much. Like his family before him, he learned the gunsmithing and engraving trade before setting out on his journeyman travels that extended all the way to St. Petersburg. On returning home he married, had children and like others, struggled to get by. His town of Zella was so poor the town council made the decision to "forcibly" emigrate some of the poorer citizens to America in order to relieve the strain on the town budget. Samuel jumped at the chance to leave Germany with his family at the state's expense. The family arrived in Baltimore December 23, 1854 eventually moving to Hartford, Connecticut where Samuel worked for the Colt Armory before his untimely death at age 48.< Less
E. G. Koenig's Sons By Sam Koenig
Hardcover: List Price: $46.80 $37.44 | You Save: 20%
Prints in 3-5 business days
This is the story of a historic Newark sports emporium and its proprietors. E.G. Koenig's Sons was one of Newark, New Jersey's premier retail establishments in the late 19th and 20th century. It was... More > the first sporting goods store in Newark and in its early years had a branch store in the Benedict Building in New York City. It was located on the site of Aaron Burr's birth and the founding site of Princeton University. All those interested in Newark history, sports memorabilia collecting, merchandising history, or the history of American immigrants will find this book interesting.< Less
E. G. Koenig's Sons By Sam Koenig
Paperback: List Price: $46.80 $32.76 | You Save: 30%
Prints in 3-5 business days
This is the story of a historic Newark sports emporium and its proprietors. E.G. Koenig's Sons was one of Newark, New Jersey's premier retail establishments in the late 19th and 20th century. It was... More > the first sporting goods store in Newark and in its early years had a branch store in the Benedict Building in New York City. It was located on the site of Aaron Burr's birth and the founding site of Princeton University. All those interested in Newark history, sports memorabilia collecting, merchandising history, or the history of American immigrants will find this book interesting.< Less
Age Verification Required
Gustav Erdman Koenig A History of His Civil War Years By Sam Koenig
Paperback: List Price: $36.50 $25.55 | You Save: 30%
Prints in 3-5 business days
During the Civil War, 15 year old E. G. Koenig wrote a series of letters to his mother describing his experiences and feelings. Koenig was a German immigrant who enlisted as a volunteer substitute... More > enlistee. The appendices contain original copies of his letters, an analysis of his acquiring an American identity through his signatures, and a listing of his family and descendants. The book is liberally filled with old photos and etchings. A classic Civil War narrative through the eyes of a young German immigrant.< Less
Song of Songs - Meditations on a Love Poem By Tina Koenig
eBook (PDF): $0.00
The ‘Song of Songs’ is a love poem from the middle of the Bible. It has been accepted as an allegory of the love that God - the Bridegroom/King - has for His people, personified by the... More > Bride. The Bride then also represents the individual soul as well as the Church, Mary being pre-eminent. Artist Peter Koenig has made the Song of Songs his special subject. Here, the selected Biblical texts and the paintings are accompanied by a commentary with the sources of the imagery and the religious interpretation. This book is intended as an encouragement to return to the Bible where Peter Koenig finds enormous inspiration for art and prayer.< Less
Song of Songs - Meditations on a Love Poem By Tina Koenig
Paperback: $12.60
Prints in 3-5 business days
The ‘Song of Songs’ is a love poem from the middle of the Bible. It has been accepted as an allegory of the love that God - the Bridegroom/King - has for His people, personified by the... More > Bride. The Bride then also represents the individual soul as well as the Church, Mary being pre-eminent. Artist Peter Koenig has made the Song of Songs his special subject. Here, the selected Biblical texts and the paintings are accompanied by a commentary with the sources of the imagery and the religious interpretation. This book is intended as an encouragement to return to the Bible where Peter Koenig finds enormous inspiration for art and prayer.< Less
Hayden's Chronicles Vol. 2 The Shield of Faith By Seth Koenig
Paperback: $12.44
Prints in 3-5 business days
The miraculous adventures of Hayden King continue. In this volume, Hayden and Brenda find a pool of water that heals when an angel by the name of Bethesda stirs the waters. In the end, Hayden must... More > learn the value of faith, and contend with great loss. The hosts of heaven and hell collide in this second volume of Hayden's Chronicles.< Less
What Saith the Scripture? The Song of Solomon By Seth Koenig
Paperback: $10.44
Prints in 3-5 business days
One of the more difficult books of the Bible to understand doctrinally, the Song of Solomon is explored in great detail from the perspective of a Bible believing pastor. Emphasis is placed on the... More > doctrinal application, but the practical is also explored. This commentary ends with much needed tips for a healthy and happy Biblical marriage.< Less
Philemon (Volume 18) By Seth Koenig
Paperback: List Price: $10.00 $8.00 | You Save: 20%
Prints in 3-5 business days
This book is of great relevance to God’s Church in the 21st Century. While as believers we live in the world, we are cautioned by God to not let our heart be of the world (Romans 12:1-2; James... More > 4:4). The little Epistle to Philemon and this author’s commentary leads the believer into a closer walk of faith. It deals with our heart attitude toward the world in general, and those in authority in particular. This book is also relevant to understanding God’s perspective on what it means to have a humble servant’s heart. Many in the Church have forgotten all about this necessary trait of our Saviour. When our Lord walked the earth in a human body, He was the greatest servant of all and gave us the greatest example to follow. And follow Him we must, if we wish to truly be His disciples and light to a lost world.< Less

Top 10

see more >
 
 
 
 
 
4
The Way It Was The Way It Was By Alvin Fuhrman
Hardcover: $31.49
 
 
5
Vein Book Vein Book By Eric Dohner
Paperback: $10.00
 
 
 
 
7
LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE...LOOK WITHIN YOUR LIFE LOOKING FOR A... By May Lewis
Paperback: $6.20
 
 
9
Orthodox Bats Orthodox Bats By Anna Broome
Paperback: $20.00